>This is overcomplicated paranoia
That is an accusation, please formulate a critique.
>There is nothing wrong with having a more open and representative vanguard.
In practice this is politics of closed ranks and exclusivity. You really do hold unexamined liberal believes if you think changing the words changes the deeds.
>This isn't about tokenism
Your animus is right but the ramifications are tokenistic. Political sectoralism emanates accessorism
>then dismantle systemic injustices
I see vestigial idealism, and i don't know if i'm the right person for you to have a struggle session with, i doubt you would respond to my pleas for self reflection , injustice means violation of bourgeois legal norms.
>Quite frankly, your statement reeks of a kind of MRA reactionism.
That is baseless and done in bad faith, are you a right winger trying to bait ?
maybe a historical anecdote will help
Socialism is orthogonal to liberalism. A long time ago in the century before this one, liberalism demanded the women's right to vote in opposition to electoral chauvinism. Socialism demanded universal suffrage to sublimate electoral chauvinism. Socialists demands triumphed and now it is impossible to even think about denying women the right to vote. The right to vote includes women by default it's not possible to express it any other way, there is no women's to right vote, there is just a right to vote.